Best Typesetter podcasts we could find (Updated November 2017)
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Chapters from my Autobiography by Mark Twain
 
“...if I should talk to a stenographer two hours a day for a hundred years, I should still never be able to set down a tenth part of the things which have interested me in my lifetime.” The words of Mark Twain in his introduction to Chapters from my Autobiography provide a tantalizing glimpse of what is in store for the reader! Mark Twain, whose real name was Samuel Langhorne Clemens was still working on his reminiscences when he died in 1910. This book is really only a portion of the comple ...
 
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Typography Dojo
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Typography Dojo is the space where we explore the traditions and techniques in the practice of type and typography with lessons and insights from visual design masters.
 
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Church Instrumental Music and Worship with MyStaffArranger.com
 
Weekly podcast covering topics surrounding church music and worship.
 
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LaTeX Podcast
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This podcast/blog will be for helping people learn how to use and become proficient in LaTeX. All content in this blog will be under the GNU General Public License, which you can read about here.
 
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Hindi DJ, Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industry's standard dummy text ever since the 1500s, when an unknown printer took a galley of type and scrambled it to make a type specimen book. It has survived not only five centuries, but also the leap into electronic typesetting, remaining essentially unchanged. It was popularised in the 1960s with the release of Letraset sheets containing Lorem Ipsum passages, and more recently ...
 
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Sebastian Rahtz, a celebration of his work
 
Sebastian Patrick Quintus Rahtz (13 February 1955-15 March 2016) was Chief Data Architect for the University of Oxford and a member of Wolfson College and its Digital Research Cluster. This series of short talks by colleagues celebrates 'SPQR' and his many and varied achievements in Humanities computing. Sebastian’s involvement with free and open source software goes back to the late 1980’s as a developer in the community around the TeX typesetting system on which he published widely. He mai ...
 
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Leaves of Grass by WHITMAN, Walt
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American poet Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass, is a collection of poems notable for its frank delight in and praise of the senses, during a time when such candid displays were considered immoral. Where much previous poetry, especially English, relied on symbolism, allegory, and meditation on the religious and spiritual, Leaves of Grass exalted the body and the material world. Whitman was inspired to begin Leaves of Grass after reading an essay by Ralph Waldo Emerson which expressed a need for ...
 
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Topics: This week Command Control Power is joined by not one, but two guests. Adam Engst of TidBITS and Will O'Neal of Mid-Atlantic Computer Solutions. Both guests share their perspectives on the TidBITS Content Network. Adam is the publisher of TidBITS, a free email and web publication for the Macintosh community. He has recently introduced th ...…
 
Our 70th episode of Friskie Morris Sessions (#126 of the podcast) features Chicago indie/punk/rock powerhouse Typesetter. During this interview we discuss their personal musical journeys, the progression of the band's sound & how their current line up breaths new life into older songs, recording their latest album & so much more!Track Listing:1 ...…
 
This time on the podcast we check back in with Laurence MacNaughton, whose new urban fantasy A Kiss Before Doomsday is set to launch in a few short weeks, one year after he debuted his new series with It Happened One Doomsday. We are back with Dru Jasper and her crystal shop and her magical powers and sorcerers and major problems trying to stop ...…
 
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Paracosms: Know Your Fiction
 
Some authors live to write, and some write to live. Others fall somewhere in between, and a few just seem to fall into it.Mark Twain, author of multiple Great American Novels such as The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, encapsulates all of those traits, yet somehow also exists outside of them, or, perhaps, above them.In this episode we will lear ...…
 
In this week’s Big Time Whoopsies, join Eric as he tells his own sister Lily the life story of Rodney Alcala: photographer, typesetter, dating show contestant, and homicidal maniac. CW: Rape, pedophilia, murder. (Skip to 36:55 to avoid)
 
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AADA - Raw, direct and live chats about design and creativity
 
Should designers code? Subscribe: ITUNES | ANDROID | STITCHER | RSS FEED Music and links from this episode Who Is Responsible for Design - Creative Review Article Eutrophic by Mystery Mammal Cart before the horse by Myriadar Where There Is No darkness by Nihilore Line-by-line notes There's several debates that are forever recurring in the desig ...…
 
In this episode, I chat with designer Steve Rachwal who used to work as a typesetter at EllaType on Sunset Boulevard from 1985 to 1988 on the Berthold phototypesetting computer system. EllaType was strictly a Berthold shop, which featured the best cut fonts in the world. Steve helped to typeset nearly the entire Motown music collection as they ...…
 
Dan Rhatigan works with Adobe Typekit in New York as the Senior Manager of Adobe Type. He has over 25 years of eclectic experience in various industries as a typesetter, graphic designer, typeface designer, and teacher, including several years in London and New York serving as Type Director for Monotype. He has a BFA in graphic design from Bost ...…
 
Publishing Talks began as a series of conversations with book industry professionals and others involved in media and technology about the future of publishing, books, and culture. As we continue to experience disruption and change in all media businesses, I’ve been talking with some of the people involved in our industry about how publishing m ...…
 
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Work Smart Hypnosis | Hypnosis Training and Outstanding Business Success
 
Robert Otto is one of the biggest names in the hypnosis world and for over 28 years, he has presented in 5000 group sessions, workshops, and seminars in over 29 states. His blossoming career all started when he had a bad day in 1978. He was in a disastrous situation and his friends were concerned for him and suggested he sees a hypnotist. He di ...…
 
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The Copywriter Club Podcast
 
In the 11th episode of The Copywriter Club Podcast, Kira and Rob talk with direct response copywriter Amy Posner running an agency and her move to freelancing, her lead magnet and what she includes with it to close more projects, her sales process and how she closed a $27,000 project, and the advice she would give to a copywriter who is just st ...…
 
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The Rightly Designed Show: Design • Branding • WordPress • Productivity
 
Is the internet helping or hurting the art of typography? A writer for The Atlantic makes the case that so-called “curly quotes” or “quote marks” (as they’re called in actuality) are becoming more and more an antiquity of old typesetters. We’ll give you the details. Also, today I’ll be diving into another brandstory—exploring a brand that has a ...…
 
003_what-does-it-take-to change-into-a-new-career talking points: how do you go from one profession to another? having a vague idea is not enough! learned, school learned profession may give you a process and teach you everything learning, self-directed needs YOU to build a curriculum, or you’ll fail law of process, research, guidance, mentors ...…
 
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The Functional Nerds Podcast
 
In episode 282 of the Functional Nerds Podcast, Patrick Hester and John Anealio chat with Laurence MacNaughton, author of It Happened One Doomsday. About Laurence: Laurence grew up in a creaky old colonial house in Connecticut that he was pretty sure was haunted. As a kid, he was a choirboy in a church that was built in 1754. He also pounded ou ...…
 
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Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers
 
Laurence MacNaughton's It Happened One Doomsday debuts this month (July, 2016) and it's already off to a roaring start. Publisher’s Weekly, Kirkus Reviews, RT Book Reviews and Library Journal have all weighed in with glowing comments and Barnes & Noble is getting behind the new title in a very big way. On the podcast, Laurence MacNaughton talks ...…
 
This week we welcome novelist, publisher, and editor; the one and only Jeff Gerke. In part one, we make a LOT of Star Wars references (is Jeff or Aaron the bigger fan?) We also come really close to getting Liberty to enter a giggle feedback loop. (Remember: breath in, giggle out. Without this advice, Liberty might have passed out!) We even disc ...…
 
This week we welcome novelist, publisher, and editor; the one and only Jeff Gerke. In part one, we make a LOT of Star Wars references (is Jeff or Aaron the bigger fan?) We also come really close to getting Liberty to enter a giggle feedback loop. (Remember: breath in, giggle out. Without this advice, Liberty might have passed out!) We even disc ...…
 
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Naked Mormonism Podcast
 
On this episode, we attempt to deconstruct the Book of Mormon, just to see what it really is, and where it really came from. Turns out we only scratch the surface, even though the episode really is that long... You might want to digest it in smaller bytes. Time Stamps: Introduction – 4:00 Historical Context – 7:00 Authorship – 41:00 David Micha ...…
 
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Speculative Grammarian Podcast
 
The Typesetter’s Nursery Rhyme; by Author Unknown; From Volume CLXXII, Number 1, of Speculative Grammarian, January 2015 — soft hyphen, ­ hyphen, / a little break prefer... (Read by Jonathan van der Meer.)
 
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Andy Martin's posts
 
What’s so funny about this? Today’s pun is a trifle more sophisticated than my usual fare. In order to understand it you need to be familiar with a rather old saying, technology -wise, as well as having knowledge of British English equivalents of specific American English words. This is assuming that most of you know American English better, wh ...…
 
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Podcast – Adventures in Arting Podcast
 
I’m delighted to bring you another episode of the Adventures in Arting Podcast! Today we’re talking to Briana Goetzen, Louise Nelson, and Arleigh. Briana Goetzen, MA, founder of Orange Spiral Arts, is an expressive arts coach living in the Twin Cities area of Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota. As an artist, avid photographer, visual journal keepe ...…
 
Jason Snell just left his editorial career of 20 years, most of it spent at IDG, and most of that at Macworld magazine. He's happily retooling his professional life to meet his interests: expanding The Incomparable network of pop-culture podcasts; launching Six Colors, his editorial site featuring reviews and reporting about technology, centere ...…
 
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Texas Originals | Houston Public Media
 
Painting of James Stephen Hogg. Douglass, Neal. The Portal to Texas History. JAMES STEPHEN HOGGMarch 24, 1851–March 3, 1906 The governorship of James Stephen Hogg, from 1891 to 1895, has been a benchmark for Texas governors ever since. Hogg was born in 1851 and grew up near Rusk. As a young man, he worked as a typesetter in a newspaper office a ...…
 
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Sprouting Photographer – Business Education for the Professional Photographer
 
Episode #4 of the Sprouting Photographer Podcast features a discussion with Rob and I, talking all about local offline marketing techniques for photographers to get more recognition and reach in their market. To create a well-rounded marketing plan as a photographer, you must include offline components! Click To Tweet Discussion Topics Marketin ...…
 
Douglas Vogt, a typesetter with over thirty years of experience. gives us a very detailed review of the telltale signs of forgery in Obama's birth certificate. Vogt also takes us through the United States' treason laws that he predicts will land many of those who've aided and abetted Obama in jail. Sign The Petition Demanding That Congress Take ...…
 
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Brainstormin Online! » Brainstormin' with Billy the Brain!
 
Ron Zayas, founder and CEO of GiftChecksOnline.com Ron Zayas is a serial entrepreneur. Ron was the founder and CEO of the country’s fastest growing marketing implementation company, 360 Business Consulting. Before launching Gift Checks Online, Ron was CEO and co-founder of eGuardian , an internet security company. Prior to 360 Business Consulti ...…
 
Michael Everson is a language dork! He’s a linguist, script encoder, typesetter and font designer. He codes rare and wonderful languages so that rare and wonderful people can write to each other on the computer. Cherokee, Hmong, Esperanto. I learn stuff. Tune the hell in.Donation Button, if you wish is on www.dorkforest.comReview the show on iT ...…
 
And again a reference to Show #167. Pascal wrote in a comment that he didn’t like the font I used and pointed me to a nice free font called EBGaramond. This episode is about getting and using the font. The font goes back into the 16th century. Claude Garamond was a famous typesetter and publisher in Paris. He invented the apostrophe and designe ...…
 
Since Arbortext Advanced Print Publisher (APP) was released as an alternative print composition engine in Arbortext 5.4 (June 2009), we’ve been digging into what it can do and why someone would really need it. This podcast features Simon Taylor. Simon spends his time “thinking about printing content on pages”. It’s no surprise, given that he’s ...…
 
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The Biblio File: Hosted by Nigel Beale
 
Claire Van Vliet is the owner of the Janus Press founded in 1955 located, since 1966, in Newark, Vermont. Janus Press has to date produced approximately 100 publications — books, pamphlets, and broadsides- , many of them designed, illustrated, type-set, printed (sometimes on paper made by the artist), and bound by Van Vliet herself in a well-eq ...…
 
David Silverman, author of "Typo: The Last American Typesetter or How I Made and Lost 4 Million Dollars."
 
David Silverman, author of "Typo: The Last American Typesetter or How I Made and Lost 4 Million Dollars."
 
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Technical presentations audio podcast
 
 
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Mister Ron's Basement II
 
Tue, Feb 24 2009 Mister Ron's Basement #1298 Robert J. Burdette was enamored of gentle, humorous observations of life. This week, we will be reading from his 1879 collection, 'Innach Garden.' Today we hear about a comic newspaper writer and his typesetter -- It is called 'The Compositor Fiend,' and it is very funny when you listen carefully... ...…
 
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Contrabass Conversations - double bass life on the low end of the spectrum
 
Here is a full-length recital showcase featuring a performance from double bassist Phillip Serna. Visit Phillip online at www.phillipwserna.com Northwestern University School of MusicPresents a Doctoral RecitalPhillip Woodrow Serna, double bassIn Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the DegreeDoctor of Music in Double Bass PerformanceDou ...…
 
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